These gardens aren't so secret, but we will let you in on one: they are pretty fabulous. Florals aren't just for spring, but bloom year round in these fabulous interior designs. Using florals with a darker negative space, such as a navy or black, brings florals into a more modern era and a less dainty vibe. We love seeing these florals paired with September's Color Crush mustard and the bright bolds we are placing On the Pedestal this month!
Forbidden Gardens - Oversized Florals
Hit the XL button on these florals and see how they bloom! Oversize gardens aren't just for the green thumbed amongst us, but they are coming into our interiors too. A trend seen with popularity in the 80's is making a comeback and we are as ready and excited for these as we are to sing Journey at any given moment. We've expressed our love to wallpaper, and this massive fauna prints are updating rooms in unexpected ways. As alluring as a secret garden, oversize florals in wallpaper draws us in and mesmerizes and provides a rich palate to be working with in the rest of the room!
Feeling like too much a commitment if you're just wanting to flirt with florals? Think of an accent chair, throw pillows, or even a tapestry. All these items are easily removed, changed, and can even be accents to different design schemes.
Florals aren't just for warm months in wardrobe either. Rich, earthy shades that turn with the seasons are scrumptious in your style. Darker negative space and jewel tones make florals a year round look and less delicate than with a pastel palate. We adore these chunky (read:comfortable) heels with a wine colored dress or the coat with a burnt Sienna shaded dress. And of course the top handle purse would be fabulous with an all cream ensemble. How will you let nature take over this season?